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Your Furnace Replacement: Drawing up a List of Questions for Your Contractor

Your Furnace Replacement: Drawing up a List of Questions for Your ContractorIf your furnace is on its last leg, now’s the time to get the equipment you’ve always wanted. To ensure your investment pays off, be sure to ask your contractor the following furnace replacement questions before settling on one model or another.

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Scheduling Your Fall Furnace Tune-up: What to Expect

Scheduling Your Fall Furnace Tune-up: What to ExpectThe calendar says that fall has officially arrived, and with it, cooler weather is here with the cold not far behind. Before the temperatures drop this year, you should contact your local trusted HVAC professional to schedule an annual preventive maintenance appointment for your furnace.

A fall furnace tune-up will ensure your HVAC system is ready to provide safe, efficient heating when you need it. Regular maintenance also keeps your heating system working at its best and extends equipment life.

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Don’t Forget To Change Your HVAC Filter

Don't Forget To Change Your HVAC FilterOne of the most important steps you can take to ensure a long and healthy life for your furnace (and air conditioner) is simple and cost effective: Regularly change your HVAC filter, paying particular attention throughout seasons of high use.

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When’s The Time To Get That Heat Pump Tuned Up? Right Now

When's The Time To Get That Heat Pump Tuned Up? Right NowMost HVAC experts agree that the best time to tune up your heat pump is anytime, as long as it’s done regularly. But if your home’s system hasn’t been serviced in a while, the fall is a great time to contact a reputable HVAC company for a tuneup.

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Winterize Your Home And Keep Old Man Winter At Bay

Winterize Your Home And Keep Old Man Winter At BayTaking steps to winterize your home can result in significant savings, better home comfort and reduced damage to your home from extreme winter conditions. Carve out some time in your schedule to conduct the following tasks:

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Upgrade Home Insulation For Optimal Energy Efficiency

Upgrade Home Insulation For Optimal Energy EfficiencyThe decision to upgrade home insulation requires a bit of thought and planning. Since one of the keys to having an energy-efficient home is the quality of the insulation, it is important to make sure you home’s insulation is all it should be. To do this, you must first carry out a thorough inspection of your entire home to see whether it has insulation where it needs it and if this insulation meets current standards.

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Upgrade HVAC Equipment In 7 Energy-Saving, Comfort-Boosting Steps

Are you in the market for a new home comfort system? There are seven energy-saving, comfort-boosting qualities you should look for. Keep them in mind when you upgrade HVAC equipment.

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Programmable Thermostat: Expert Help To Choose The Best One

Programmable Thermostat: Expert Help To Choose The Best OneAll programmable thermostats help you save energy by customizing your home-comfort plan, and allow you to remove “check the thermostat” from your daily to-do list. The differences between the variety of programmable thermostats are the programming options, and the available “smart” features, such as Wi-Fi-linkable that gives you complete system management from your smartphone, your laptop or any place where you access the Internet.

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Duct Cleaning Should Be Performed — In These 5 Situations

Many homeowners worry about the unnecessary expense of having their air ducts cleaned when they don’t really need to be, and rightly so. But it’s also a mistake to avoid duct cleaning when a problem exists. Use these guidelines to help you decide if it’s time to have your ducts cleaned:

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Carbon Monoxide Detectors: Assure Your Safety With The Right Type

Carbon Monoxide Detectors: Assure Your Safety With The Right TypeThough it’s colorless, odorless and tasteless, carbon monoxide (CO) deserves homeowners’ attention, and carbon monoxide detectors make it easier to protect your family from the potentially lethal gas, which is a byproduct of combustion equipment such as your furnace. There are several different types of carbon monoxide detectors from which you can choose, but how do you know what type of detectors to install in your home? 

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